Pedro Clarós, full academician and vice-president of the Board of Government of the Royal European Academy of Doctors-Barcelona 1914 (RAED) has been appointed honorary professor of Otorhinolaryngology at the University of Geetanjali of Udaipur in the state of Rajasthan, India. At a ceremony held last October 22, this institution granted him its highest distinction in recognition of its international merits in the advances in the surgery of deafness and especially in the surgery of the cochlear implants, that allow to recover the hearing to those who have lost it or those who were born deaf.


The university was founded by Shri J. P. Agarwal as a private center in 2011 in order to lead medicine and nursing in India. It groups a Medical School, a School of Nursing, a Dental Research Institute, a School of Physical Therapy and a Pharmacy Institute. It’s the only private institution dedicated fully to the Health Sciences in their country. It’s maintained thanks to student fees and nourishes a large number of Indian health centers.

During a state conference organized by the University itself, Pedro Clarós already participated in the live transmission of several cochlear implant surgeries and otorhinolaryngological pathologies.